Working With Benzene
The health effects of any toxic substance are related to the amount of exposure, also known as dose. The greater the dose the more severe the effects. Some chemicals can cause toxicity at very low doses. Parts per million (PPM) is a familiar term to anyone working with chemicals and toxic materials. It is important to understand how very small amounts of toxicity are measured. This program explains the various measurements of contaminants and the hazards of Benzene with emphasis on safety.
- Exposure Limits
- Other Chemicals - Exposure Warnings
- Reducing Exposures
Key Words: Working with Benzene, Benzene Hazards, Health Effects, Hazardous Materials, Exposure, Chemicals, Toxicity, Parts per Million (PPM), Safety Video, Safety Training, Safety DVD.
Runtime: 15 Min.
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